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Dec 9, 2012 7:00am EST
important to keep the possibility of going over the fiscal cliff to keep pressure the republicans and the republicans are starting to talk about the possibility of holding up the debt ceiling come january or february. that's their trump card, as well. >> you are focused on taxes. much of the conversation has been on taxes and raising rates and revenue. we are not seeing the same conversation when itomes to size able spending cuts. >> i think what the president has said -- and this is the word inside the white house, as well. the president has come up with some substantial cuts in the increase, the scheduled increases in medicare and also medicaid and those cuts have to do with pushing and squeezing suppliers, using bargaining leverage of medicare and medicaid to get them to reduce costs. that was at issue during the kman. remember the romney and ryan were claiming t the president w taking too much out of medicare. the president is saying i have done that and i'm putting $400 billion of additional cuts on the table and that's all i'm go ing to do. that's all i can do politically. i i've got a lot of democrats who i don't want medicare and social security touched. >> of cour
Dec 9, 2012 7:30pm EST
cliff is going to be resolved. auto sales have met the challenges of the debt crisis of high gas prices and now the fiscal cliff with the american consumer on a durable good saying, you know, we think at the end of the day they are going to do the right thing and this is going to get resolved. >> what are you saying out there? what are the hottest brands, luxury to economy brands? what are you selling most and what's hot? >> i think that most important development in the marketplace is the embracing of fuel economy by the american consumer in an unprecedented way. what's interesting is it's not hybrids and electronics they are impressing, here's the impression. you can have the same size vehicle with the same speed but a 25 to 30% improvement in fuel efficiency with traditional technologies that you get your money back in two to three years. that's a winning proposition to the american consumer. >> most auto companies market to men and yet women are making the lion's share of financial decisions. how come the auto sector isn't marketing to women? is your industry behind the times
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